PhotoCamel - Your Friendly Photography Forum - JDArt
PhotoCamel: Your friendly photo community, with free discussion forums, digital photography reviews, photo sharing, galleries, downloads, blogs, photography contests, and prizes.
 

Go Back   PhotoCamel - Your Friendly Photography Forum > Blogs

Old

Remove Adobe Acrobat toolbars and menu items from Microsoft Office

Posted 08-29-2009 at 06:52 PM by JDArt

Remove Adobe Acrobat toolbars and menu items from Microsoft Office


  • Ratings:1 of 2 people found this helpful
ionReadyLoad(function(){ var patrn = (/(.*)-(.*)/); if(patrn.test(ion_locale)) { ion_locale = ion_locale.gsub(/(.*)-(.*)/,function(match){ return match[1] + "_" + match[2].toUpperCase(); }); } var badge = new ionBadge(); badge.url = window.location.toString().replace(/\?(.*)/,"");...
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Posted in Computers
Views 2943 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

ACDSee 2.5 won't start

Posted 08-23-2009 at 11:06 AM by JDArt

If yours won't start, try these instructions from ACDSee:

There may be an issue with the registry key that's holds the settings for ACDSee, we can try deleting this registry which will delete the settings for ACDSee. This step will NOT effect your image files or data.

(NOTE: The following set of instructions will remove your personal settings within the software)

Go to the Start Menu Then click on Search and Type in REGEDIT and hit Enter. Click on the...
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Posted in Uncategorized
Views 5792 Comments 1 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

Adobe CS3 and CS4 Removal Script

Posted 08-20-2009 at 06:39 PM by JDArt

If you ever run into issues while uninstalling Adobe's CS3 or CS4 apps, use these removal tools:

Run the CS4 Clean Script

Adobe - Adobe CS3Clean Script

Without these, I would be looking at a hosed system on which I could neither fully uninstall or re-install CS3 or CS4 apps. Note that you may (probably will) have to run these tools several times to get a complete removal of these apps.
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Posted in Uncategorized
Views 1505 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

Default Save As location in Outlook

Posted 05-13-2009 at 06:10 AM by JDArt

HKEY_CURRENT USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Option s

3. Right-click on Options, choose New | String Value, type DefaultPath, and press [Enter].
4. Double-click the DefaultPath icon to open the Edit String dialog box.
5. In the Value Data text box, enter the path to the folder you want to use as your default for saving e-mails and attachments.
6. Click OK and then close the Registry Editor.
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Views 1812 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

Get rid of the Places Bar in Windows' Open/Save dialog boxes

Posted 05-09-2009 at 09:45 AM by JDArt

I love this tip, and it works:

http://www.trilithium.com/johan/2004/12/places-bar/
Taking the Places bar to new places

In Windows 2000, a new feature was added to the Open and Save As common dialogs: the Places bar. It's a vertical button bar at the left-hand side of the dialogs, giving quick access to five standard locations: History, Desktop, My Documents, My Computer, and My Network Places.

If you have renamed My Documents, My Computer, or My Network...
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Views 3382 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old
Rating: 2 votes, 1.00 average.

Please wait while Windows configures Adobe Acrobat 9

Posted 04-10-2009 at 07:27 AM by JDArt

Finally found a solution to this infernal problem:

http://lokamotion.wordpress.com/2009...bat-9-problem/


It basically involves the use of a tool provided by Microsoft known as SubInACL, which by use of a specific script can make permission changes to registry keys and more even if you constantly get denied access. It’s really cool!...
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Posted in Computers
Views 12951 Comments 3 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

Install Windows 7 from a USB drive

Posted 04-03-2009 at 03:43 PM by JDArt

Safekeeping:

http://www.downloadsquad.com/2009/01...dows-7-instal/
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Posted in Computers
Views 1566 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

Online storage comes of age

Posted 03-29-2009 at 07:18 PM by JDArt

It’s time for you to get yourself an online storage account. The reasons why are compelling - and they keep piling up.

For starters, it’s wise to have a backup copy of your critical files someplace off-site, and there’s no place more “off site” than on some online storage service’s servers. Also, with the number of mobile, data-driven devices increasing – everything from iPods and iPhones to netbooks – online storage is an ideal way to ensure that your data is always at hand. And finally,...
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Posted in Computers, Internet
Views 1760 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

Don't get scammed

Posted 03-28-2009 at 06:42 PM by JDArt

Scammers are out in full force these days online. They'll try to dupe you by e-mail or through Web sites, and they typically want one of two things: your money or your personal information. To make sure you don't give them either, you need to keep abreast of some of the tricks they're using. Read on to learn about a few.

Q: I received an e-mail from what appears to be my credit card company. The e-mail says that my credit card was used in a number of fraudulent transactions,...
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Views 961 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags
Old

Great digital cameras for less: Buying a used DSLR

Posted 03-25-2009 at 06:39 PM by JDArt

Today's hot digital camera is tomorrow's bargain - if you know what to look for.

Digital camera makers have worked feverishly over the past several years to offer more megapixels than the next company, and that has meant new models coming out every six months or so. That's now good news for those who once eyed the prohibitively expensive digital SLR cameras with envy. Professional-quality digital cameras such as Nikon's D1X or Canon's original 1D 8 frames-per-second speed demon once...
JDArt's Avatar
Camel Breath
Posted in Uncategorized
Views 1121 Comments 0 JDArt is offline Edit Tags